Arran is the seventh largest Scottish island. Measuring approximately 167 square miles (433 km2) in area, with a population of approximately 5,000.
Affectionately known as ‘Scotland in miniature’, this vibrant island is considered by many to possess the great qualities of Scotland in an easily accessible format (only a 55 minute ferry journey from the mainland).
Arran regularly astounds visitors with an incredible variety of scenery. Explore mountains, woodlands, beaches and outlying islands which offer many outdoor activity options and heritage sites.
The Highland-Lowland dividing line goes right through the middle of Arran, dividing the wild, unspoilt, mountainous north, dominated by the peak of Goat Fell, and the forest, farmland and resorts of the south.